Another "Battle of the Dorms" Planned for December Basketball Games

Byline: Nikola Grafnetterova

Posted: November 21, 2010

Wilson College students have a chance to participate in the second Battle of the Dorms in December. Battle of the Dorms is a contest between the five residential buildings and commuters. Every student who attends any Wilson basketball game from Dec. 4 through Dec. 11 have the opportunity to sign in at the sheet located at the admissions desk in the Field House and record arriving and leaving times.

Each student will also mark her/his residency on this sheet: either MAC second or third floor, DAV second or third floor, Disert, Prentis, South, Riddle or commuter affiliation. The residential building or floor (or commuters) that has the most students for the longest time at these games will win a BBQ dinner consisting of BBQ pork sandwiches, chips and drinks for all residents. The dinner takes place during finals week.

Disert and Prentis won the first Battle of the Dorms that took place in September. Students were asked to attend soccer and field hockey games. The prize was a pizza party.

New Changes to the Contest

Some improvements were made to the second Battle of the Dorms, including increase of games that count in this competition as well as including two out of the five games during the week to allow students who want to go home on the weekend to participate in this contest too.

The games:

  • Sat, Dec. 4 at 1:00pm (against Cazenovia College)
  • Sun, Dec. 5 at 1:00pm (against SUNY Morrisville)
  • Tues, Dec. 7 at 7:00pm (against College of St. Elizabeth)
  • Fri, Dec. 10 at 7:00pm (against Valley Forge Christian College)
  • Sat, Dec. 11 at 2:00pm (against Penn State Berks)

Last Updated: September 25, 2011

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